Former Vikings, Browns, and Bills QB Kelly Holcomb has decided to retire.
Free agent Kelly Holcomb, who was released by the Vikings on Wednesday, says he's contemplating retirement.
Vikings released QB Kelly Holcomb.
Kelly Holcomb (neck, questionable) made "marked improvement" in practice Friday, according to Vikings head coach Brad Childress.
Kelly Holcomb (neck) was limited in practice Thursday.
Kelly Holcomb (neck) returned to a limited workout Wednesday.
Kelly Holcomb (neck) is not expected to play in Week 10.
An MRI showed no structural damage to Kelly Holcomb's injured neck, but revealed a bruised vertebrae.
Kelly Holcomb (neck) will undergo an MRI on Monday. He is not expected to play in Week 9.
Kelly Holcomb left Sunday's game in the third quarter with a neck injury and did not return.
As expected, ESPN.com reports that Kelly Holcomb will start for the Vikings in Week 8 against the Eagles.
Kelly Holcomb took the bulk of first-team reps at practice Thursday.
Kelly Holcomb is expected to be the Vikings' starting quarterback Sunday against the Eagles.
Kelly Holcomb completed 21-of-39 passes for 258 yards, one touchdown and one interception in Week 4 against the Packers.